CHUO is the proud host of the 35th Annual National Campus and Community Radio Conference June 6-11, 2016 (#NCRC35). A week-long event, #NCRC35 unites approximately 150 independent radio delegates from across the country to engage in skill-building and professional development, and high-level discussions around content creation and the future of the sector. #NCRC35 features legendary New York DJ Stretch Armstrong for a keynote presentation and Q & A following the screening of the documentary "Stretch & Bobbito: Radio That Changed Lives" at The Bytowne Cinema on Wednesday June 8. NYC native Adrian Bartos, aka Stretch Armstrong, is an internationally recognized DJ with an incomparable career. The 1990s hip-hop legend programmed the “Stretch And Bobbito” radio show, which received high praise from sources such as the NY Times and was recognized as “The Best Of All-Time” by the Source Magazine. Stretch produced artist Lil’ Kim’s first single, collaborated with Jay-Z and Eminem, and made national television appearances on the “Arsenio Hall” and “Conan O’Brien” shows. The late-night radio program had a cult following in the art/fashion world and prison population as well. Stretch and Bobbito brought a unique audience together, and created a platform that changed music forever. DJ Stretch Armstrong will speak and answer questions at The Bytowne Cinema following the screening of "Stretch & Bobbito: Radio That Changed Lives" on Wednesday June 8 at 8:40pm.
** The purchase of your ticket includes the Q & A with Stretch, and admission to the after-party at Kinki!